Rafael Amaranto

Rafael Amaranto

Real Name:
Rafael Amaranto Castillo
Born in the village of Coina, La Libertad, Peru, in 1935, Rafael Amaranto formed his first trio called The Porteño, at age 17. This group won first place in musical competition organized by the world-renowned ensemble Panchos. In 1959, together with Oscar and Felix Bromley Casareto form The Chieftains, which although had a brief duration, reached a national and permanent significance resonance, according to the critics. Its topics include Do not forget, Paula Rosa, Memories of Love, among others.

Amaranth has been musical director, producer, voice teacher and arranger for renowned artists such as Chabuca Granda, Lucha Reyes, Jesus Vasquez, Arturo "Zambo" Cavero, Eva Ayllon, among others. He has also dabbled in various genres with marked success


Rafael Amaranto Discography Tracks


S.E.-9335, L.P.L.-2335 Rafael Amaranto Bailando Con Amaranto(LP, Album) Sono Radio, Sono Radio S.E.-9335, L.P.L.-2335 Peru 1970 Sell This Version
S.E. 9493 Rafael Amaranto El Poder Criollo De Amaranto(LP, Album) Sono Radio S.E. 9493 Peru 1974 Sell This Version
S.E. 9473 Rafael Amaranto En Musica Serrana(LP, Album) Sono Radio S.E. 9473 Peru 1974 Sell This Version
S.E.- 9577 Rafael Amaranto Amaranto(LP, Album) Sono Radio S.E.- 9577 Peru 1976 Sell This Version
LPL 2229 Duo Hnas. Sanchez Con Las Guitarras de Raúl García Zárate Y Rafael Amaranto Duo Hnas. Sanchez Con Las Guitarras de Raúl García Zárate Y Rafael Amaranto - Mi Huancavelica(LP, Album, Mono) Sono Radio LPL 2229 Peru Unknown Sell This Version